Tuesday, January 09, 2007

LG enV is the Phone to Envy

What color is envy? Wrong. It's silver and black, the color of technology. At least for the LG enV, also known as the VX9900 for Verizon Wireless. The green glances of envy will come from your friends and colleagues when they see you with this hand-sized communications center. Closed, it's a candybar style cell phone. But flip it open and it looks just like a small computer, with a rectangular color screen over a full QWERTY keyboard. You'll be able to send text messages, IMs and emails with ease.

The enV is loaded with the latest in mobile multimedia technology. That includes an MP3 player that will also play WMA format files and download new songs from the VCAST music store over the air. You get stereo speakers and Bluetooth that will stream music to Bluetooth wireless stereo headsets. The gorgeous pictures you get from the 2 Megapixel digital camera are good enough to print. Plus you can turn your camera phone into a camcorder and make movies up to an hour long. Receive on- demand TV and music through the VCAST cellular broadband data network.

Check out all the music phones available at special deals at Tune Cell.

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